The police have made an official statement regarding the ongoing investigation into Goo Hara’s sudden tragic death.
Through a press conference that was held on November 25, Commissioner Lee Yong Pyo of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency stated that they found a hand-written note on a table in her living room; however, he declined to comment on the exact content of that note.
The commissioner also explained that based on on-site inspection and testimonies from her family members, they ruled out the suspicion of foul play.
Regarding the possibility of conducting an autopsy, the commissioner stated that it will be decided after consulting the prosecution and considering her family’s opinions as well adding,
“Nothing has been decided so far.”
They also revealed more details about the approximate time of death, according to CCTV footage, she arrived home around 12:35 a.m. on November 24, the commissioner concluded that it’s likely she passed away after that time. Her housekeeper found her around 6 p.m., Commissioner Lee Yong Pyo stated that the housekeeper had a close relationship with Goo Hara, she came to her house to check up on her after her attempts of trying to contact her failed.
Our sincerest condolences to her family and friends.
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